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    Dayton Audio Point Source Neo

    Anyone use these? They look great and I bet they perform well. Just how well is the question.




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    Re: Dayton Audio Point Source Neo

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    Re: Dayton Audio Point Source Neo

    My only problem would be the mounting location in most cars isnt a good fit with point source speakers, which work best near ear level and aimed at the listener.

    They would probably be great in bookshelf speakers though.




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    Re: Dayton Audio Point Source Neo

    agreed, you'd still want a tweeter to raise the soundstage.

    i think bookshelves are a good application.

    another nice full range speaker are these (sold at Madisound):
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    Re: Dayton Audio Point Source Neo

    I know ciaonzo is using some fullrangers for his home audio setup...can't remember if they're Mark's or not.



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